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Eminent scientists reject the supernatural: a survey of the Fellows of the Royal Society
Evolution: Education and Outreach
Fellows of the Royal Society of London were invited to participate in a survey of attitudes toward religion. They were asked about their beliefs in a personal God, the existence of a supernatural entity, consciousness surviving death, and whether religion and science occupy non-overlapping magisteria (NOMA). Overwhelmingly the majority of Fellows affirmed strong opposition to the belief in a personal god, to the existence of a supernatural entity and to survival of death. On 'NOMA', thedoi:10.1186/1936-6434-6-33 fatcat:stdkwyf2drhf3hrifgsyfrevfy